Blog Archives for the SEO Semantics category

SEO Game Changers – Search Engine / SEO History

There is a misnomer in search marketing and SEO that things change all the time. I think I stopped consuming SEO blogs and news sites on a daily basis about 2 or 3 years ago when I decided enter full time consultancy with no one […]

What’s Your SEO Code? – Musings on Outing other Websites for Fun and Profit

Most people are taught that the first rule of SEO club is that you don’t talk about SEO club (some learn this rule harder than others.) This is an important question as far as most people in the SEO community are concerned. Based on the […]

Your Brand Size Matters with Big Site SEO – Why Big is the new Blackhat – Intent, Extent, and Semantics

Found this post in the archives, and thought it was worth tossing up since I’ve been MIA quite a while. BMW was out of the index for less than a week. Colgate has pushed the envelope hard. WordPress made a boatload of cash on MFA’s […]

7 Opportunities for “New School” SEO

The “SEO being bad” debate is almost as tired as the blackhat/whitehat debate now. I’m not real excited about defending the virtues of SEO – I know how fantastic it can be, and to explain it properly, it would require a proper understanding of the […]

The Stunt Train SEO Marketing Manifesto

There’s probably a lot of better more cool names I could label myself – but I will forever consider “being an SEO” an honor, despite the beating it often takes from those that sully it’s good name. Below are the principles and qualities I would […]

Top 14 Cool New Names for Someone Who Practices SEO

It’s a beautiful irony that SEO’s have a marketing problem with the “reputation of SEO” so I thought I’d give a few suggestions on other names SEO’s can now use on their business card or website as a selling point. Conversion analyzers Marketing consultants New […]

Top 11 Euphemisms for Cloaking

Euphemisms are used in many areas of politics. The definition of cloaking to an engineer, and to an SEO is marginally different in terms of semantics. Cloaking has been villafied by search engines when users and bots are served different content. Engineers believe bots are […]